Time for a Shelly profile. I hate these so much. We see her talking to Jordan about her family one night in the backyard, and then we cut to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where she (usually) lives with her husband of ten years, Tony. He says she was voted homecoming queen and is a wonderful mother. We see Shelly telling Jordan about how her daughter Josie is less spoiled than some of the people in the house (like that's hard), and then we get to meet Josie herself, eight years old and just having started third grade. Her whole gymnastics team is having a viewing party in the living room. Josie says that she wants to say to Shelly, "What are you doing, Mom? You're going to get yourself kicked off!" The honesty of youth. They watch clips of Shelly's remorse over the lies she told early in the game that led to Cassi's eviction. "Be careful missy, I've got my eyes on you," Josie warns the TV. She also tells us that her mom needs to "quit lying and pick a side." Josie even covers her eyes watching clips of Shelly throwing her various wobblers, and Tony agrees that the house is getting to her. Josie takes another crack at saying the one thing she could tell her mom right now: "I love you." Yes, that too, of course.
Time for the private Chenterview with Daniele in the HoH room. Julie asks Daniele what it was like to get so thoroughly screwed by the producers last week (although those aren't her words), and Daniele blames it on Adam for changing his vote last week. As for her nominations this week, she says she needed to guarantee Brendon would leave, and nominating both him and Rachel would have resulted in at least one of them getting Vetoed. Julie asks if Daniele considered agreeing to Brendon and Rachel's offer of a truce. Daniele says yes, and even says that since they never talked about replacement nominations, she's technically in the clear. I'm sure Rachel will agree.